Jayson Stanley may be the state’s best 2015 prospect at wide receiver not named Preston Williams.
The 6-foot-2, 2102-pound Stanley plays at Creekside High School, the defending Class AAAAA state champions. He has 13 early offers, including Auburn, UGA, Alabama and Clemson. He doesn’t have an offer yet from Georgia Tech, where his father played college football.
What’s the latest with Stanley? He has three schools that “are standing out.” In the above video, Stanley talks at length about the trio – Auburn, UGA and Clemson.
Stanley is a 3-star and ranked as the state’s No. 43 overall prospect.
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